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E1: 43: Stocked Item Reorder Point (R437002) is not using Quantity Reorder Point decimals for the Suggested Order Quantity (Doc ID 2858070.1)

Last updated on APRIL 08, 2022

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Procurement and Subcontract Management - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

The Stocked Item Reorder Point (R437002) is not using Quantity Reorder Point decimals from the Item Branch Quantities for the Suggested Order Quantity (SOQ). Instead SOQ is
rounded to zero decimals even though the DD item QTYINV is 3  display decimals.

Step to reproduce;

  1.  The DD item QTYINV is 3 display decimals.
  2.  In the Item Branch Quantities P41022 (Quantities row exit), set up for reorder. The Reorder Point (ROPI) is decimal point value (ex. 7.02)
  3.  The total quantity on-hand is equal to or less than the reorder point.
  4.  Run the R437002
  5.  See the PDF of R437002, and the quantity is rounded to 7 where should be 7.029. Check the Suggested Reorder Stock Items table(F4371). See the quantity is rounded as 7.
  6.  Open the Suggested Reorder Stock Item(P4371). The suggested reorder quantity is 7 where should be 7.02

 

Changes

 

Cause

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